|Birth: ||May 15, 1855|
|Death: ||Jan. 19, 1922|
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
The husband of Sarah (McCorkle) Case, whom he married in 1874. By 1900, his home was Columbia, Lancaster County, but in 1910, he lived in Deerfield, Lake County, Illinois. By 1920, he was back in Pennsylvania living in Marietta near Columbia.
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David Brainard Case served in the Spanish American War, he enrolled on April 28th, 1898, for two years service, and was mustered into service as Colonel of the 4th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment on May 10th, 1898, at Mount Gretna, Pennsylvania. He served with the regiment throughout its service in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Porto Rico, and was mustered out of service with the regiment on November 16th, 1898, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
With the organization of volunteers for service in the Philippines he received an appointment as a Major with the 29th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment on July 5th, 1899, accepting on July 10th, 1899. He served with the 29th U.S. Volunteers throughout their campaigns in the Philippine Islands and was honorably mustered out of volunteer service with them on May 25th, 1901, at San Francisco, California.
He then received an appointment as a Captain & Commissary of Subsistence in the Regular United States Army on February 2nd, 1901, and accepted the appointment on May 25th, 1901, after being mustered out of the volunteer service. He served at various posts in the United States, Cuba, and the Philippines, and was promoted to Major in the Quartermaster Corps on November 1st, 1912. He retired from active service as a Major in the United States Army on February 19th, 1917, due to disability incurred in the line of duty.
Sarah Case (1852 - 1936)
Mount Bethel Cemetery
Maintained by: Kenneth Robison II
Originally Created by: pat callahan (inactive)
Record added: Nov 27, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44832763